- Admissions & Aid
- Student Life
- Freshmen and transfers accepted for each term
- Advanced placement possible through CEEB Advanced Placement and CLEP programs
- Campus Visit strongly recommended
- Students and parents are encouraged to visit classes, talk to faculty and students
- Campus visits can be arranged by calling the Admission Office at (610) 861-1320 or by scheduling an appointment online.
We invite students to apply for admission as early as the beginning of the senior year using either our Moravian College Application or The Common Application. There is no fee when applying online through either option.
(Early Decision is an option for students who, after careful consideration, have decided that Moravian is the right fit for them and agree to matriculate to Moravian upon acceptance)
Acceptance under Early Decision is binding and students who are accepted Early Decision agree to enroll at Moravian College.
- Early Decision I: December 1, 2013
- Early Decision II: January 15, 2014
- Registration Deposit: $400 non-refundable, due within 2 weeks of acceptance
- Regular Decision: March 1, 2014
- Registration Deposit: $400 non-refundable, due May 1
- Completed application form
- Transcript (secondary school; transfers must submit postsecondary transcripts)
- SAT/ACT scores
- SAT II accepted for placement purposes (if applicable)
- Recommendations (one teacher and one guidance counselor)
- On-Campus Interview (although not required, we highly recommend that you visit us)
Standards for Admission
Candidates for admission should be enrolled in a high school college-preparatory curriculum and should complete the following courses by the time they graduate:
- four years of English
- three years of mathematics (four years for students planning to major in the natural sciences or in economics and business)
- four years of social science
- two years of a foreign language
- three years of natural sciences (at least two of which must include a laboratory experience)
- electives chosen to prepare for successful study in a liberal arts program
Academic criteria considered
Class rank; quality of work; course of study; counselor's recommendation; teacher's recommendations; SAT or ACT scores; essay. Students must complete a minimum of 16 units.
Other criteria considered
Personal interview (recommended not required); seriousness of purpose; participation in school/community activities; exceptional talent.